Digital Media Arts College Reviews
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Reviewed by: Shella B, Bachelor in on August 11th, 2010 featured
I am currently in my last semesters at DMAC, it has seen its changes in administration, but like all school you need to find the right fit of people, and thus i dont agree with all the changes they made i do feel that there has been a change in higher quality in not only the administration but also the teachers and students. DMAC is a art school with a personal touch to it, almost everyone knows each others names, and are more then willing to help you advance in you skill set,I am currently acting member of the Student Government association, National Honors society and Starting a student chapter of adfed, so i am a little more involved then most students, but i feel in the field i am going into you cant just sit hope things happen you need to make sure they do. with that said DMAC is a art based school you get what you put in it, if your dedicated and willing to ask questions and be " can you take a look at this and tell me what you think" then you will do great, as i mentioned the teachers are amazing and willing to go the extra mile for you. you just need to prove you want them too.
Digital Media Arts College has offered a place where i can learn my craft from people who have held my Dream job. I am currently going for Graphic Design with a concentration in Advertising! The lead teacher has work as a CD for companies around the world. She really pushes you to be out of your safety zone! please feel free to write me if you have any questions.
Reviewed by: Vash N on March 8th, 2010
Being a former graduate (masters level), I found after getting out that my work was of notable higher quality when compared to both what I had done in my bachelors, and what I saw people from other schools creating.
However, the administration has a rather high turnover rate... so their system of doing things tends to change every few semesters.
Reviewed by: a real person w, Master in graphic-design-schools on October 6th, 2011
All I have to say is - I paid $850 a credit to have teachers play online tutorials done by other people (Lynda.com) to teach their classes. They just sit there, and press play. its embarrassing. Most of the teachers there are barely successful and the major it of school is built on the desire to make money and put forth a business formal exterior in order to attract people that can pay their exorbitant tuition, while the school lack substance or culture. Or appropriate staff or practices.
Take your money to a well established and legitimate school.
Reviewed by: Cume L, Bachelor in animation-schools on April 3rd, 2012
HORSE SHIT! All for profit. Not at all for education. They will rob you of your money and education.
Reviewed by: Angie N, Bachelor in animation-schools on March 20th, 2012
I moved here to go to DMAC. I was under the impression that this was a private and prestigious school. I have only been here for one semester and cannot believe how HORRIBLE it is. I have 3 degrees already so my expectations are not unreasonable. I have had NO LECTURE TIME. Only 1 of the 4 classes I have taken here actually played a movie the ENTIRE semester. The other 3 classes literally just gave you studio time. No instruction. In the basic drawing classes the instructor never has lecture and has never even taught the differences between the pencil types. Literally for the last 3 months I spent $7,200 to show up to class and have "free-time" to work on drawing, sculpting etc for my animation degree. Not to mention I have previous animation experience and had a far better experience there for less money. CHECK OUT ANY OTHER COLLEGE AND CHECK REVIEWS. Please- this is your education.
Reviewed by: M a, Bachelor in on August 13th, 2010
DMAC may be fine for Graphic Designers, but their Animation Department is still very weak, with little impressive work coming out of the program. DMAC also is a for-profit school, which is something I did not realize when in high school. Be weary, and ask the students how they feel.privately.
Reviewed by: anonymous S on April 21st, 2009
all about teaching programs and not the art of animation, just like most of the private schools out there. spend your money elseware
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